BULLETIN

HUGE VICTORY FOR MILITARYCORRUPTION.COM
OUR STORY ON "HORRIBLE HOLLY GRAF" FORCES
NAVY TO HOLD BOARD OF INQUIRY ON FITNESS
OF RELIEVED CAPTAIN TO REMAIN IN UNIFORM
BOARD TO CONVENE THIS WEEK - DECISION TO
BE FORWARDED TO NAVY SECRETARY RAY MABUS

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Never underestimate the power of the press, especially MilitaryCorruption.com. This ten-year old web site, with up to six million hits a month, showed what it can do recently when, within 48 hours of posting our story (below) on the Navy's dragging their feet on removing "Horrible Holly Graf" from the ranks of active duty Naval officers, the Pentagon announced they would begin (at last) a board of inquiry into the matter in Washington, starting at 0900 Tuesday, Nov. 30. That's tomorrow, for you folks reading this BULLETIN.

The proceedings are expected to last three days," Navy spokesperson Lt. Justin Cole said.

After that, the board's recommendation will be sent to Navy Secretary Ray Mabus for a final decision. He can retain Graf in the Navy, remove her from the service, or reduce and retire her in rank in the last grade "satisfactorily served in."

In view of her documented physical assault of a Royal Navy officer aboard the USS Winston Churchill some years ago, we fervently hope Graf is busted and retired in the rank of two-stripe lieutenant. Letting this Naval Academy graduate off without any reduction in grade would be an outrage!

We urge our readers, especially those in the Navy who have suffered at the hands of this screaming shrew, to bombard Congress and Secretary Mabus's office with e-mail, phone calls and messages to make sure this board is not a "white-wash" and that Graf gets put out of the Navy as soon as possible.